Detailed-oriented and high-energy candidate seeking a job opportunity in Systems Engineering using deep understanding customer needs, data analysis, and performance of backend testing. SKILLS/ACTIVITIES
Programming Languages: Python, Matlab, Java, R, Arduino Applications and software: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, MS Project), Core, Arena Simulation Software, MPL software, Simulink, mySQL
Languages: Fluency in Arabic and English
C4l & Cyber, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA May 2018 – Present Research Assistant
• Develop project schedule and work breakdown structure using Microsoft Project.
• Data preparation and data processing using mySQL software.
• Build flow charts for processes using Visio.
• Maintain project plan and documents for research study of Inference Enterprise Multi-Modeling using BaseCamp and G.Drive.
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Expected May 2019 Bachelor of Science, Systems Engineering, GPA 3.8(4.0) LEADERSHIP & SERVICES
On-Demand Drone Transportation System for Tooele, Fairfax, VA September 2018 – May 2019 Capstone Project
• • Designed The project a drone was sponsored delivery system by DeseretUAS for the senior to use year Tooele, Utah as a case study for development Urban Air Mobility in
• drone Designed package a system delivery. by performing stakeholder analysis/customer identification analysis, requirements, functional analysis, Mason simulation, Startup and Entrepreneurship verification/validation Accelerator, Fairfax, VA June 2018 – August 2018
• Learned and experienced how to start a business by doing customer discovery process, developing a business model, and pitching the business idea to investors and venture capitalists.
• I interviewed 90 potential customers (insurance companies, police stations, car dealerships, business owners) to study the feasibility of business idea, VIRS.
• The idea was a vehicle incident reporting system. Self-Checkout restaurant, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA September 2016 – December 2016 Systems Design Course
• Designed a system to provide George Mason University’s catering system with self- checkout feature to reduce the crowd in the food court.
• The reason of the course was to get familiar with system design skills such as defining stakeholders, creating requirements, and planning functional analysis.
• CORE was used to develop the system architecture.